Recent judgments containing damning criticism of expert evidence provide a useful reminder of the duties experts owe to the court, write Kirsten Wall and Leila Grove
Martin Spencer QC describes some of the significant issues currently facing experts, including the prevalence of hot-tubbing and difficulties with securing proper pay
District Judge Glennis Corkill discusses the current trend of noise-induced hearing loss cases and advises practitioners on how to approach the court with them
We need a more rigorous definition of â€˜beyond reasonable doubt', argues Clive Stafford Smith
Alec Samuels reviews the â€˜impressive' textbook that he says would benefit lawyers with its â€˜scholarship and practicality'
The decision in Healey suggests once again that the courts are prepared to consider the scope of the solicitor's duty on a case-by-case basis, write Phil Murrin and Mark Healing
A 'Day in the Life' video can show clearly the extent of the impact of an injury on the claimant, helping to secure the settlement they deserve, writes Amanda Richardson
A fixed costs regime without suitable fail-safes in place for the provision of expert evidence will be particularly harmful for SMEs, family businesses, and the self-employed, explains Richard Formby